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holditsteady50 karma

This Project Lock seemed to have backfired enormously, however. Bernhard’s private army had not only infiltrated in the illegal trade, they were also participating in it. To make things worse, Irish reporter Kevin Dowling discovered that the South African army was also involved in the trade, hinting at connections between the Bernhard’s army and the WWF and the struggle for maintaining apartheid. Moreover, he claimed members of the South African-run counterinsurgency unit Koevoet (Afrikaans and Dutch for "crowbar") had been trained under Project Lock.

In 1995, Nelson Mandela called upon the Kumleben Commission to investigate, among other things, the role of the WWF in apartheid South Africa. In the report that followed, it was suggested that mercenaries from Project Lock had planned assassinations of ANC members and that mercenaries had been running training camps in the wildlife reserves, training fighters from the anti-communist groups UNITA and Renamo. Although Prince Bernhard was never accused of any crime in its context, the Project Lock scandal dealt another damaging blow to the Prince's name.

Yeah just leave off the unimportant bits...

holditsteady12 karma

As can maron

holditsteady11 karma

Who are some of the newer electronic music artists that you enjoy?

E: favorite ways to process vocals?

holditsteady6 karma

woah, thats pretty messed up.

holditsteady4 karma

i slayed so many of those guys without feeling any sympathy. Thats cool that it also doesnt raise chaos.